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Dutch engineer Carl Norden’s invention of a bombsight that could supposedly enable a bombardier to drop a missile into a pickle barrel from six miles up had made precision bombing possible.
They were crouching in one of the gun-pits—a bombardier and three gunners, very cold and very miserable.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
Fig. 508 presents Calosoma sycophanta pursuing a Bombardier (Brachinus explodens), which squirts out a vapour of pungent odour.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Bombardier Havelock was wounded in the thigh by fragments of shell.
LEST WE FORGETJOHN GILBERT THOMPSON
Pickersdyke swore as he had not done since he was a rough-riding bombardier.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
He had made himself one moment of leisure, and visited Bombardier Lane, but without result.
Of course he went to Bombardier Lane, where he was received by the old people like a favourite son.
To call him to meals, Baraffe utters a piercing cry, which reaches the ear of the bombardier-grenadier.
Bombardier Bevignani or Marine Mancinelli might revel in it.
I hear the 76th Battery got its share of shelling the other day, and a bombardier was killed.
THE SECRETS OF A KUTTITEEDWARD O. MOUSLEY

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